Table Of Contents

FEBRUARY 1998

Volume 12, #8

Car Repair In 1925 ...2

Letters To The Kentucky Explorer ...4

Horses That Pulled Old-Time Trollies ...8

When Kentuckians Spoke A Special Way... 10

A Look At Kentucky's "Barrens" ...15

When The Tent Photographer Came To Town ...17

A Visit To The Combs General Store ...18

My Favorite "Old" Barn ...19

Aunt Sallie's 87th Birthday Party ...22

The Last Time I Saw Breckinridge ...23

Recalling Olden Days In Berea ...25

Oil Business Was Big Time In Dry Hollow ...28

When Daniel Boone Lost His Kentucky Lands ...29

In Memoriam - Arminth W. Cardwell - 1891 ...32

Russell, A Town Noted For Its Railroad Yards ...33

When General Bell Came Home To Shelby Co. ...35

Lost Creek Landowners Sold Mineral Rights ...38

Noah Wyle Has Strong Ties To Kentucky ...41

Many Kentuckians Helped Settle Texas ...43

Everyone Enjoyed Old-Time Church Meetings ...45

Looking At Kentucky's Ancient Hunters ...48

Early Settlers Left Odd Markings ...50

Ghosts And Tales About Them ...52

Kentucky's 1879 State Gazetteer ...53

Scenes Of 1937 Flood At Catlettsburg ...56

The "Missing Link" Railroad Never Finished ...58

Kentucky's Rural Schools Have Changed ...61

Collins' Historical Sketches Of Kentucky ...66

A Daring Escape During The Civil War ...68

John Childress, Veteran Of King's Mountain ...70

Old-Time Recipes To Enjoy ...72

Word Puzzle - First Settlers In Middletown ...73

Genealogy From The Long Ago ...74

Old Kentucky Ballad - "Little Sparrow" ...76

Kentucky Genealogy Help Line ...78

Kentucky Kinfolks ...86

February Events To Enjoy In Kentucky ...88

Genealogy From Dr. Dickey's Diary ...90

I Remember - By Our Readers ...92

Panoramic Scenes Of Kentucky ...100

Explorer Book Page ...107

Kentucky Explorer Classified Ads ...109

Where In Kentucky? - Location Map ...111

Logging Days In Pulaski County - 1940 ...112